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@ TTR, Loruama, S aka LR, Joe Bardy,
This is what I meant when I said in reply to the list that laws must be kept very simple and appropriate for the Fiji context and need to apply not only to the urban environment but also the rural, where the spirit of the law must also be processed in tandum with its letter.
Importing laws that have been made overseas and imposed without infrastructure support is just as bad as having no laws at all. Hence, my argument against having too many lawyers or 20% on the leaders list. Life is not about man made laws but about Divine Law and purpose. "Man" is made with human values - right over wrong, good over evil and live it according to the good book.
Development, modernization and change must come about based on human purpose and values. However, it is for the majority of the Fijian people to say what we want to keep and what they want to remove. This role is not for any other community in Fiji to tell us what to do. For the same reasons we do not tell other communities what to do. We interact through our leaders. Those who think they can do this are arrogant, condescending, haughty, conceited, supercilious, big-headed which is downright racist.
They think they are better than us and we should not accept their superiority.
A close parallel is like me going into my married daughter's home and telling her how to manage her family. My daughter, her husband and children are independent. Mind you I can advise but the responsibility belongs to my daughter and her husband. It is a no no if you want a healthy and sustainable relationship especially in 21st century context and needs.
The rapidly collapsing FNPF wants serious investors? Then get a LEGAL/LEGIT government. Until the gun toting sham regime is dismantled Fiji will continue to go into a dark black hole where the sun don't shine.
Gotta be dreamin' that there are any SERIOUS investors out there !
Get this – there are NO investors … ZERO, NAI, NONE, ZILCH, NADA … interested at all in Fiji because Fiji cannot be trusted — it has no recourse to justice, it features moving regime goalposts, and tax surprises that no legit business would ever want HOVERING at their back door.
The time for people to come in with an idea or concept and expect the Fiji National Provident Fund to fund the project is no longer applicable as FNPF wants all its project partners to have substantial funds to invest.
FNPF Chief Executive, Aisake Taito said some major projects have not been completed due to a lack of serious investors.
He said the Fund has learnt from past mistakes when it was ready to fund a project concept brought in.
Taito has already revealed that the FNPF is yet to secure a joint venture for the unfinished Momi Bay Resort Project.
$80 million of FNPF funds are invested in the Momi project.
Taito said they have no choice at the moment as the infrastructure and properties have started to deteriorate.
He said the property is close to the sea and they need to rehabilitate the project by bringing in a serious investor to complete the hotel.
Its funny how this regime continues to blame everything and everyone around them about the failing FNPF investments. How can they not see that the problem is them? For almost 5 years now and they still cannt see a solution when any idiot can clearly see them as the main problem. Unbelievable.
Cannt believe they're still going around protecting their sore behind! How could someone be so dump?
As Dr. Mere says, " denial " and I suspect that this occurs once the reality of what the ramifications for their actions will be, becomes apparent.
It's easier for the brain to deal with fantasy, than reality !
It would be far worse for Frank though, because he is already deluded and out of touch with reality, but I suspect now that those who have used Frank, like Aiyaz, Pryde, Gates and the Shameem sisters, must be pooing their panties right about now because they are fully aware, where Frank is non compos mentis !
@ Sireli, it is called denial. Go to any Psychology book and read about it. They live in and unreal world which we are subjected to unwillingly.
Increasing crime in the country is a direct result of a dirty regimes backyard!
If this regime needs a solution then all we have to say is bring back peoples employment, reduce the cost of living, provide shelters,food etc. And bring back the country's lost pride, leadership and confidence by returning the people to a free country.
Sex trade thriving in Fiji: research
Friday, July 08, 2011
There is an increasing number of sex trade activities in the country involving young children - as the market is readily available says the National Council of Women.
A research undertaken by the Council and funded by the International Labour Organisation reveals that children involved in sex trade activities in Fiji are very mobile.
National Council for Women vice president Asela Naisara says the sex trade market is thriving in Fiji.
“These children just know where to go and they are mobile. They move from town to town or from the villages to the towns. They know the peak periods. So yes the market is thriving out there.”
Naisara was part of the research team that conducted the research across the country.
Report by : Maca Lutunauga
When this regime came into power, one thing thay were promising was a crime free country by 2012. Teleni was one of the biggest liar about introducing his corrupted idea into the public system at some wasted taxpayers cost. Now is a good time for everyoneto question them of what they've manage to accomplish from their wasted taxpayers fund because figures dont lie!!
Upgrades to accommodate overcrowding
Friday, July 08, 2011
Taken from / By: Google
The Corrections Department is undertaking major upgrade and construction works at prison facilities to accommodate the issue of overcrowding.
Commissioner Prisons Colonel Ifereimi Vasu says they are now doing the final touches to a new facility in Nasinu which will accommodate up to 80 inmates.
Vasu says they will be able to transfer inmates to the facility next week. Remand centres are also being looked at.
“We are working with our remand centres – which will now accommodate 200 additional inmates. Our budget has been allocated. Now – the works are being analysed by engineers and by the look of it – it should commence by October and spill over to next year.”
Vasu adds - the expansion projects includes building of new dormitories, administration blocks and also a bakery.
Report by : Elenoa Osborne
More facilities to lock native Fijian people up! That's the mentality now, we need more prisons to lock more of our people up, so sad Fiji.